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File #: 0214X-2019    Version: 1
Type: Ceremonial Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 7/11/2019 In control: Favor
On agenda: 7/15/2019 Final action: 7/17/2019
Title: To commemorate the work of Tim Mangan, and to congratulate Tim on his retirement from the Columbus City Attorney Office
Sponsors: Shayla Favor, Elizabeth Brown, Mitchell Brown, Rob Dorans, Emmanuel V. Remy, Priscilla Tyson, Shannon G. Hardin

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To commemorate the work of Tim Mangan, and to congratulate Tim on his retirement from the Columbus City Attorney Office

 

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WHEREAS, on April 20, 1998, Tim began working in the City Attorney office under former City Attorney Janet Jackson.

 

WHEREAS, Before becoming an attorney, Tim was a social worker at the Diocese Child Guidance Center for eight years. Then, he attended Capital Law School and matriculated in 1982. From there, he was hired at the Ohio Attorney General’s office and worked there for 16 years. Tim held a variety of positions, including Assistant Chief of the Federal Litigation Section, Chief of the Criminal Justice Section, and Principal Attorney of the Criminal Justice Section.

 

WHEREAS, In 2015, Tim was promoted to Chief of the Litigation Section by former City Attorney Rick Pfeiffer. His skill and hard work defending the City over the past 21 years has resulted in saving taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars.

 

WHEREAS, Tim has served as a mentor for many young attorneys over the years, and he has shown them that it’s possible to be a zealous and effective advocate for your client while maintaining civility, humility and a sense of humor. His vast experience and legendary funny story-telling will be sorely missed by his colleagues.

 

WHEREAS, on behalf of the citizens of Columbus, we commend Tim Mangan for his hard work, both internal and external customer-service skills, initiative, and service. 

 

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLUMBUS: That this Council does hereby commemorate the work of Tim Mangan, and congratulates him on his retirement from the Columbus City Attorney’s Office.